Here are some of the most watched SA Jerusalema videos

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#JerusulemaDanceChallenge keeps hitting new highs with President Cyril Ramaphosa urging South Africans to learn the dance during his Covid-19 address to the nation on Wednesday night. Picture: TikTok
#JerusulemaDanceChallenge keeps hitting new highs with President Cyril Ramaphosa urging South Africans to learn the dance during his Covid-19 address to the nation on Wednesday night. Picture: TikTok

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You know it’s a craze when even your president is urging you to do it.

Yes, the #JerusulemaDanceChallenge keeps hitting new highs with President Cyril Ramaphosa urging South Africans to learn the dance during his Covid-19 address to the nation on Wednesday night.

Short-form mobile video platform TikTok currently sits on more than 9.5 million views on #JerusalemaDanceChallenge globally.

Here are a few the most popular videos created by South Africans:


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